TAMPA — Each week for half a century, you could find Heywood Axtell Turner Jr. holding court at the Columbia Restaurant with the Ybor City Rotary Club, eventually as its president.
TAMPA — The cost of creating a "quiet zone" for train horns in downtown Tampa started at $2.7 million, but now has risen to more like $3.17 million.
City Council member Harry Cohen has had a few hot potatoes on his plate recently, and he may be about to get another — proposed changes that would make Bayshore Boulevard more pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly but less efficient as a commuter thoroughfare.
BRANDON — For the past 10 months, J.E. Dunn Construction has worked to complete an expansion and revamping of the Brandon Regional Hospital emergency department.
She stepped up to the stage after the dynamic speaker shared her thoughts on education, on race, on creating one of Florida's most prestigious historically black colleges.
20th annual Cattle Baron's Ball
Tampa Jewish Family Services offers everything from psychotherapy to educational testing at a reduced cost.
TAMPA — Six years ago, she became a runner, first barely making it to the end of the block, constantly putting one foot in front of the other.
SUN CITY CENTER — From a childhood spent traveling the world to serving in the British Royal Marines for 31 years to engaging in a number of military groups as a retired Sun City Center resident, Brigadier Colin Howgill has always found himself drawn to service.
PLANT CITY — Hillsborough County School District partnered with the Plant City Black Heritage Organization to recognize the winners of its annual Learn, Empower, Advocate, Dream (LEAD) student contest in recognition of Black History Month.